Servants of the Upper Room

 

PRAYER TO OPEN THE HEAVENLY SANCTUARY

O righteous Father, we offer You everything, at every moment in time and even before time began, from Your most Precious Son our Lord, Savior, and King, in union with that glorious high point at Mass when the Heavenly Sanctuary is opened so that through Him and with Him and in Him in the unity of the Holy Spirit, we offer You love, praise, glory, and honor for sending the gift of Your Son as expiation for our sins so we could become sharers in Your Divine Light, Life, and Love. In this ceaseless heavenly offering, we lift up our prayers, for every one and every need at every moment in time, for the sick, the dying, and Holy Souls in Purgatory, for sinners everywhere, in the universal church, our country, our families, and those You have laid on our hearts.

Battle Plan
for the
Sacerdotal Pentecost
and the
Healing of All Hearts


The Divine Love of the Holy Trinity

MESSAGE FROM OUR BLESSED MOTHER
“Say a prayer of love and thanksgiving every time you look upon my beloved priests and I will repossess their hearts.”

LORD, we love You; we praise You; we thank You for our priests!

We believe that the message from our Blessed Mother is a response to the prayer found on page 7 in the book
“…so through Your Immaculate Heart and the most Sacred and Eucharistic Heart of Your Divine Son, our prayers of love will create a spark, that will become a flame, that will create a fire of Divine Love and fanned by Your love, will spread like a wildfire to produce an army of renewed and holy shepherds for Your flock and soldiers for Your Church.”

The book is a Call to Arms for Prayer Warriors to join the Servants of the Upper Room.
To enlist, simply pray the prayers…

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“Thank you for your work on ‘Servants of the Upper Room’.  I believe it will be a benefit to many…

I encourage you to share this prayer booklet broadly and I truly appreciate your desire to pray for priests and bishops, we need your prayers and the prayers of many in these challenging times.”

Most Reverend Joseph E. Strickland
Bishop of Tyler, Texas